Personal Data Policy for the National Maritime Museums in Sweden.

The National Maritime Museums in Sweden is a public agency. This means that correspondence sent to us becomes public documentation that may be distributed in accordance with the principle of public access to official documents.

The National Maritime Museums are responsible for processing personal data on this website.

The National Maritime Museums do not process large amounts of personal data. Nevertheless, you may request information from the National Maritime Museums about personal data pertaining to you which we process.

If you wish to obtain such data, you will need to sign and submit a request. The Personal Data Act (PuL) stipulates that this request may not be sent via email.

To protect your personal data, all information stored with the National Maritime Museums will be protected by the appropriate security technology.

Personal data that is submitted in connection with requests for publications and subscriptions will be stored for the time it takes to dispatch the orders.

Personal data that is submitted in connection with seminar and conference registration will only be stored as long as it is needed for administration purposes.

Personal data that is submitted in connection with registering interest in employment will be stored for one year.

Personal data that is submitted by a job applicant will be stored as long as it is needed for administration purposes.

The National Maritime Museums only process data from questionnaire responses after obtaining permission from the participant. Personal data that is submitted alongside questionnaire responses will be saved for the time it takes to process the material.
If you have any questions or comments regarding personal data processing,
please contact our PuL representative:

Margareta Björkgren +46 8 519 548 78
Maria Sandström +46 8 558 85